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Quotes from Flowers for Algernon Quiz

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1. Who said, "I didn’t know I was a person before they did the operation"?

2. "All my life I wanted to be smart. Now I see it isn’t so much about being smart, it’s understanding and knowing how to get along with people." This quote primarily explores the theme of:

3. "I am afraid. Not of life, or death, or nothingness, but of wasting it as if I had never been." Who is expressing this fear of existential insignificance?

4. In "Flowers for Algernon," which quote best illustrates the theme of the ethical implications of scientific experimentation?

5. "I want to be able to understand what's happening to me." This expression of desire for comprehension and control reflects Charlie's struggle with:

6. "The window is not just a window; it's a barrier too." Through this metaphor, the speaker is highlighting:

7. "There are a lot of people who will give money or materials, but very few who will give time and affection." This quote from the novel reflects on the theme of:

8. Which quote from "Flowers for Algernon" best represents the misunderstanding and fear often faced by those who are different?

9. "After a while, the smartness doesn’t matter anymore. Knowledge is there, but it doesn’t bring happiness." This statement underscores:

10. "I’ve learned that you can be a genius and understand nothing about life." This underscores the novel's theme of: